// Tyreke Evans

Celtics Begin Their Post-Rondo Season By Trouncing Kings

Well, that couldn’t have gotten off to a much better start. Although many expect the Celtics to play well even without Rajon Rondo, tonight’s game was encouraging in many ways, as the Celtics polished off the Sacramento Kings, 99-81. After their All-Star point guard was ruled out for the rest of the season with a […]

SoB NBA Power Rankings: Rajon Rondo Trade Proposal Edition

It was a short and relatively uneventful stretch of games in the NBA this week, with a lot of teams trying to get their rhythm back coming off of the All-Star break. The good news is that the ‘hot stove’ talk is starting to pick up, which is always fantastic. So just to keep things […]

The NBA All-Star Game: Who Belongs Now, Who Belongs in the Future?

This weekend, the NBA’s most talented players will convene for the 2011 All-Star Game at Staples Center in Los Angeles. A pointless exhibition, the honor of achieving All-Star status is likely more important to many players than the actual game itself. The game acts as a showcase for the league, stretched out over a three-day […]

Celtics Hold On To End West Coast Road Trip With A Win

With 37.9 seconds remaining in the game against the Sacramento Kings, Paul Pierce put the nail in the coffin and the Celtics went on to get their 37th win of the season.   Pierce dribbled to his sweet spot at the elbow of the free throw line, took a step back and banged a fade […]

VIDEO: Sacramento King Tyreke Evans Wants to Go Fast

With LA Laker Ron Artest still on his nationwide tour of insanity (he recently ‘took over’ the ESPN The Magazine offices for their most recent issue), Sacramento King and reigning Rookie of the Year Tyreke Evans decided it was his responsibility to fill the crazy athlete void in California by getting in a high speed […]

Fantasy Basketball Roundup: All-Star Break Recap

Instead of the usual bells and whistles for this week, I thought it would be fun to look back at what we have seen this season and highlight some of the good, the bad, and the ugly. The good will obviously be players who have outperformed expectations. The bad will be those players who have […]

Fantasy Basketball Roundup: Week 4

Uh-oh, I committed a cardinal sin for any fantasy owner. I missed setting my lineups in one league this week, and as a result, I lost 5-4. Any serious fantasy sports player will tell you that the #1 rule is to never forget to set those lineups. Hey, I’m human baby, I make mistakes. More […]

2009 NBA Draft: Round 1 Pick Analysis

Here we go, pick by pick, through the first round of the 2009 NBA Draft: Round 1 1. Los Angeles Clippers: Blake Griffin – F – Oklahoma No surprise here. Griffin was easily the best player in the college ranks this past season. There’s also no surprise that the Clippers need all the help they […]